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THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
INTERNATIONAL

These key publications serve a double function. Not only do they ensure unity of opinion throughout the Communist Parties of Europe and America, but what in recent years has become even more important, they constitute the mechanism whereby Stalin is guaranteed a well-organized echo to everything which he decrees in Moscow. During the great purge it was very important for the Kremlin to be able to show the Russian people that all the pro-Communist writers of Western Europe and the United States backed him to the hilt in his liquidation of the old Bolshevik heroes.
Foreigners little realize how vital it was for Stalin in 1936, 1937 and 1938 to be able to declare that the British, American, French, German, Polish, Bulgarian and Chinese Communists unanimously supported the liquidation of the "Trotskyite, Fascist mad-dogs and wreckers "-among them even Zinoviev and Bukharin, the first two chiefs of the Comintern.
Even before the Comintern officially began its Popular Front tactics, the O.M.S. had started to subsidize a new and subtler form of propaganda. Moscow decided that it was no longer adequate for its purposes to reach only those groups whom it could attract by outright Communist slogans. In the person of Willi Muenzenberg, once a leading German Communist and member of the Reichstag, it found a means of branching out into the field of what are called "front publications." Muenzenberg was set up with O.M.S. funds, as a big publisher and entrepreneur. He turned out attractive illustrated newspapers and magazines, all apparently non-partisan but nevertheless "sympathetic" to the Soviet Union. He later went into the motion-picture business also and founded a concern known as Prometheus. The Muenzenberg enterprises were cleverly managed and soon extended their

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